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Apr 2, 2012

Eggless Chocolate Brownies with Yogurt

You all know that i have a very serious addiction towards brownies..This one is a addition to my brownies collection...I love it so much, i can eat it all day..Specially this one is so moist and fudge kind of brownies, which is my favorite. These have curd and fruit jam in them which make them even more special..These both provides a little tart which really makes it.. 

This is my first attempt of making eggless brownies, i have no idea how these will turn out..But once i made them they were pretty good..I added some cashews in this, you could add anything as you like..I added some chocolate chips to make it even more chocolaty, but you can skip that..

I hope you will try this out and let me know what you think..

Recipe Source: Rak’s Kitchen


All Purpose Flour / Maida - 1 ¼ cup / 150 gms
Sugar – ¾ cup / 150 gms
Butter - 120 gms / 4 ounces / ¼ pound
Vanilla Essence – 1 tsp
Cocoa powder- 1/3 cup / 35 gms
Curd / Yogurt – ¾ cup - 2 tblspn / 5 fluid ounces / 150 ml
Milk - ¼ cup / 60 ml / 2 fluid ounces
Baking Powder –  ¾ tsp
Fruit Jam- 1 ½ tblspn
Cashews - ½ cup chopped / 75 gms ( any nut as you wish)
Chocolate Chips – ½ cup / 75 gms (Optional)


Preheat the oven to 190°C / 380°F…Butter a square baking pan and dust it with flour, Coat all sides with flour and tap away the excess. Sieve flour, cocoa and baking powder together. Set this aside.
In a mixing bowl take butter, sugar and vanilla and beat them till fluffy.

Add milk, curd, jam and mix well. Add in the flour- cocoa mixture and mix well.

Throw in chopped cashews and chocolate chips and combine well.

Pour this into the prepared pan and bake it for 35-40 mins.

Let it cool completely before flipping over.

Cut into squares and serve with a cup of milk.

Take all your ingrediants

Butter a baking pan and dust it with flour

Sieve flour, baking powder and cocoa together

set this aside

Take Butter, Sugar &vanilla in a bowl

and cream them together

add milk

and jam
add in the flour mixture
mix well
add nuts and chocolate chips
mix well
pour it in the tin
and bake it
invert it
Cut and serve


  1. The perfect outer crust with the heavy texture within. Wonderful brownies!! :)

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  2. It,s fantastic for people who can´t it eggs. And for anybody too

  3. Think I will try this they look pretty good to me. Diane

  4. Wow,brownies looks Awesome!!Very soft ones..Double like for eggless baking.

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  5. They look so inviting, just want to have one now..

  6. Brownies looks tempting and super soft.

  7. Looks delicious, that too without egg.

  8. Brownies looks perfect and delicious

  9. Have bookmarked this recipe. I love the texture of the brownies. Wonderful step by step pictures.The brownies look yummy!!!!!!

  10. brownies look awesome dear..wonderful recipe!!

  11. beautiful texture looks so yumm Bookmarked

  12. I just made some nutella brownies...and craving for your eggless one now...oooo delish! ;)

  13. yogurt & jam.. im sure it must have tasted heavenly. looks yum

  14. Irresistible brownies,wish to have some rite now.

  15. Thank you for trying aarthi! Looks tempting!

  16. Its been a week of baking and decorating cakes for others.. I think i want to bake these brownies for me :D:D

  17. Dear Aarthi, Looks wonderful. Blessings my dear, Catherine

  18. Hey Aarthi,
    Thanks for this timely recipe. It was my daughter's (star) birthday on the 4th and I baked this and sent to her school. There was not even a crumb remaining in the box. Clean swipe.......ha ha ha!!! Actually, I did not even get to taste it, but I guess from the feedback from her classmates I guess it was awesome...Now they want my daughter to celebrate her B'day atleast once every week....;-)
    Thanks again for the wonderful recipe.....Hugs....

  19. I tried it today and it came out very well. My kids loved it. Thanks for this recipe. You have a lovely blog.

  20. Great recipe! Why do you add jam and what flavor to you add?

  21. @Meenu Sachdevajam makes it moist. I added mixed fruit jam

  22. I dont have oven.Can i use microwave?

  23. @AnonymousIf your oven has convection mode, you can bake

  24. Hii dear..i tried it today and its came out really vry good in taste...bt outer surface was vry hard..can u tell me the reason..other than that is was vry moist and tasty

  25. @AnonymousThe outer lyer will be having a little crust. But if it is too hard then you have baked it little too much

  26. Hi Aarathi �� thanks for the wonderful receipe....my mixture is not getting baked only.. I kept for around 2 hrs in the PRESSURE COOKER still it didn't get baked...is it because I put extra butter?? The mixture appears to be lill oily..wat shud I do now??

  27. @Unknowni think then something wrong with the batter. did u follow the measurements properly

  28. @Aarthi I think i had messed up with the butter and maida...I tried it for the second tym and it was great, thanks :) :)

  29. Any substitute for jam?

  30. Mmmmm...amazing recipe, I found it extremely helpful


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